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Utilities Kingston customers could get up to $3,000 to help prevent basement flooding

September 27, 2016 - Every basement is at risk, even if it's never happened before! Homeowners, did you know that your basement is at risk of flooding or sewer back-ups, even if it's...

Kingston Transit offers free rides for Princess St. Promenade day

September 27, 2016 - Ride Kingston Transit for free city-wide all day on Saturday, Oct. 1 – Princess St. Promenade festival day. "The Princess St. Promenade celebrates active...

Brush and leaf collection schedule released

Coordinate your fall yard work around the City's brush and leaf collections: find the collection schedule online.

Learn about and discuss the Third Crossing at open house

September 21, 2016 - The City of Kingston invites residents to come learn more about the Third Crossing – and to share their comments and ideas on the proposed bridge – at an upcoming open...

City seeks input on brownfields plan

Is cleaning up and developing contaminated land in Kingston important to you? The City is seeking your input to help update its Brownfield Community Improvement Plan.

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